Posted By Audrey McKnight,
Monday, March 26, 2018
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I have three daughters, and my passion for event planning spurred out of the desire to celebrate their life milestones. As a fashion designer, whether it be a birthday, graduation or promotion I would design them couture dresses and throw elaborate parties to compliment their dress. I wanted my daughters to feel special, and know that “today is your day.” Which is why I started event planning for both friends and family, I want everyone to feel special and appreciated. As an event planner I do my best to learn from each of my clients what their perfect event would be, and I strive to make it so. I enrolled in this class so I could learn the business side of event planning and expand my network.
My project one is a bi-cultural wedding for Malachi and Asha. I strived to include both African and African-American culture within every area of the event so that both the groom and the bride feel included. This class has made me appreciate the un-seen details that go into event planning and has inspired me to continue learning the craft as a whole. Below is a mood board for this elaborate royal wedding:
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